A drop in Big Three car and truck demand led to a 5.6% decline in total vehicle sales in Canada during October, as deliveries hit 113,356, down from 120,113 year-ago (see data p.2). Total passenger car sales fell just 1.1% for the month on a daily rate basis (26 selling days both periods), totaling 63,125. But Big Three car sales were down 5.9%, despite a 10.4% gain at Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. General Motors of Canada Ltd. suffered the biggest decline, with deliveries off 12.4% from ...

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